I Understand It's Hard, But It's Not Optional!

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I understand that following an IEP is difficult, but it's not optional.

If you're a struggling teacher, who can't implement the IEP in your current situation, you need to ask for help.

The IEP is a binding document that provides an appropriate education for a child per the law, it's not a preference.

Parents will respect your more and help YOU get the supports you need if you're honest.

Parents + Teachers, Tired of getting through the day one worksheet and zoom meeting at a time, staying up late overthinking, and then crashing in the middle of the day?

What's your biggest Special Education struggle right now? You think you've got nowhere to turn, but that's not true. Reach out. Get started at specialeducationinnercircle.com today!

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